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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KEYS, Thomas (by 1524-71), of St. Radigund's, near Dover, Kent.

    Kent. Constituency Dates Hythe Nov. 1554 Ofifces Held Capt. Sandgate castle 1546-d.; serjeant porter by 1558-65. Biography By his father’s will, made on 15 Nov. 1545 and proved 13 months later, Thomas Keys was given lodging for himself, his wife

    KNIGHT, William (d.1622), of Hythe, Kent.

    1601 Ofifces Held Mayor, Hythe 1601; chief porter of Sandgate castle by 1609; bailiff of Cinque Ports to Yarmouth 1617. Biography Knight may have been one of two namesakes mentioned in the will of a third, proved in 1557, making

    DALMYNGTON (DAULTON, DAUNTON), William (by 1521-89 or later), of Hythe, Kent.

    for the last time in July 1587: two years later he was mentioned as a jurat of Hythe in the Privy Council’s examination into charges brought against the captain of Sandgate castle. His son and namesake had died in 1576.[footnote]

    LENNARD, Sir Samuel, 3rd Bt. (1672-1727), of West Wickham, Kent.

    cornet and maj. 1709, lt. and lt.-col. 1713; groom of the bedchamber to the Prince of Wales 1714-17; capt. of Sandgate castle 1718-d. Biography A Whig, whose father had represented the county, Lennard was appointed to the Prince of Wales’s

    DALMYNGTON, William, of Hythe, Kent.

    June 1589 his name appears in the Privy Council register in an entry dealing with charges against the captain of Sandgate castle.Canterbury prob. reg. C32, f. 237; Cinque Ports white and black bks. passim; Hythe assembly bks. passim; Arch. Cant.

    DAWKINS, Henry (1765-1852), of Over Norton, Oxon.

    to be sold to pay the many legacies.[footnote] It was probably his duties as joint trustee of a complicated settlement that caused him to take the Chiltern Hundreds then. He died at Encombe Park, Sandgate, Kent on 25 Oct. 1852.[footnote]

    WARREN, Thomas (by 1513-91), of Dover and Ripple, Kent.

    the port at the Brotherhood in 1534 and is next heard of as clerk of call at the building of Sandgate castle in 1539. He appears to have played a leading part in the controversies in the port during the

    TIERNEY, George (1761-1830), of 11 Savile Row, Mdx.

    the duke of Clarence, as he explained on 8 June 1821.[footnote] Tierney and his wife spent the late summer at Sandgate, near Folkestone, and moved in mid-September to Dover. Though not "much surprised" that Wilson"s "indiscretion" had got him into

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